These heavily muscled, compact horses could run a short distance over a straightaway faster than any other horse, and the fastest were called Celebrated American Quarter Running Horses by English colonists in the 1600s. In 1940 a registry was formed to preserve the breed which officially became the American Quarter Horse.
Stands bay, bay roan, sorrel, and gray stallions at stud. Also stands pony stallion. Includes sales list, photos, and profiles of horses. Located in Port Clinton.
Standing palomino, grullo, and perlino stallions at stud. Also stands paint stallions. Includes sales list, photos, and profiles of horses. Located in St Clairsville.
Home of Reserve World Champion Pleasure Stallion Zips Top Merchandice. Stands sorrel stallion at stud. Includes sales list, photos, and profiles of horses. Offers reining, western pleasure, ranch, and racing training. Located in Monroe.
World Champion and sire, Zips Chocolate Chip, standing at stud in Aubrey. Features stallion statistics, show records, pedigrees, contracts, chat room, interactive games and foal information. Located in Ashland.
Breeding quarter horse and paint halter horses. Site offers stallion information and offspring for sale. Located in Waynesville.
Stands gray stallion at stud. Includes sales list, photos, and profiles of horses. Located in Ironton.
Standing triple registered, foundation-bred, palomino stallion. Offers books, poetry, and kennel information. Located in Swanton.
Standing dun and bay stallions at stud. Includes sales list, photos, and profiles of horses. Located in Mantua.
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